Adoption Agency Guide

We specialize in working with women that are looking to place their unborn baby or babies for adoption.

Considering Adoption can be a difficult choice for any mother.

Let us Help You Choose Life for Your Child


Our families are respectful of your wishes to have and OPEN or CLOSED adoption and are more than willing to work with you throughout the process.  

Our adoption service has helped hundreds of birth mothers find adoption agencies across United States to successfully place a child for adoption.



We work with the best and most experienced adoption attorneys and adoption agencies in United States.... at NO COST TO THE BIRTHMOTHER!

Adoption is a big decision and we help walk birthmothers through the process and guide them along the way. We are not an agency agency, lawyer or facilitator but are dedicated to assist you with your personalized adoption plan.


Find Your Adoption Agency

Here you can find help and resources about adopting a child, finding local adoption agencies, attorneys, and other services; forums, laws, blogs and more. We can help if you're facing an unplanned pregnancy and are considering adoption. Looking for birthfamily? Check out the adoption registry today. You won't find a better resource anywhere about adoption in United States. Can't find what you're looking for? Send us your questions.

If you are pregnant and considering adoption, Give us a call to speak with a caring professional in your state.

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Find the right Adoption Agency

Unfortunately "giving up" become synonymous with adoption. Birth mothers are often referred to as women who chose to "give up" their babies for adoption. However, if American society stopped to think about what we were really saying, we would realize that it couldn't be further from the truth.

The reality of adoption is that birth mothers do not "give up" anything. When faced with an unplanned pregnancy, birth mothers wade through a sea of emotion, finding their inner strength and the courage to pursue adoption.

By choosing adoption, birth mothers do not "give up" their baby for adoption. Instead, they are choosing a life for their children - a life complete with all of the hugs, laughter and lullabies that they desire for them. Birth mothers choose to do not what is easiest for themselves, but choose the long, emotional path to adoption out of nothing but pure love for their child.

Today's adoptions are very different than those even one generation ago, let alone how adoptions were in the 1950s or 1960s. Gone are the days when a birth mother simply handed her baby over to an adoptive family, never to see or hear from them again - never knowing how her child grew up, never knowing how much her child was loved.